There's a windows client that looks much like the original parallel port based pc2neo client however it uses USB for transferring data. There's also a command line client which is more friendly for developers as it can be scripted for use in makefiles. This command line client also has a linux port and works equally as well in that environment. With little effort that could also be ported to any x86 based POSIX compliant operating system assuming that operating system provides a full accessible USB subsystem. Something like Intel OSX or Solaris X86 would work, SGI IRIX would not.
If anyone of you have used any of the FBA emulators for CPS2, Neo geo, etc. you would have noticed the movelist view inside the emulator when a game is paused.
I would love to see Raz insert something like this into the Unibios. I did a mock up in PERL to see how it would "work".
Obviously they wouldn't be any graphics for the symbols, but a legend and a quick movelist would be great for all those games, or hell even a description, such as the Wii USB loaders have for new games.
Hi score saving!? this is a dream come true! Is there a rough limit to the number of game's hi scores you can save on a standard memory card? neo save masta card?
Thanks again for all the hard work you must've put into this. Will be placing an order for a new chip shortly. I'm still rockin the 2.1 bios